Light painting with cars is something I’ve wanted to try for a while. Unfortunately, I drive a Honda Civic. Yes, it’s a reliable car and I enjoy driving it. But I’ve found that no matter what angle I snap a picture from, it doesn’t exactly give that “wow” effect I’m looking for. Fortunately I got […]
You want a real challenge? Race against the sun to get a picture. Sunsets in autumn last for a nanosecond. A frickin’ nanosecond. I know that because I’ve timed them. This shot was taken right in my front yard. From the time I started setting up, I knew I had approximately 15 minutes to get […]
So for this post, I’d like to share a quick behind-the-scenes from a fun photoshoot with Mark. Full disclosure, this was shot over two years ago, but it was just in the middle of when I was getting the hang of off-camera flash so I figured I’m still allowed to talk about. Besides, it’s my […]
Your camera has no idea what it is doing. It takes a reading of light and colour and spits out a series of assumptions. Yes, there’s a lot of technology behind those assumptions and most cameras do a pretty good job in difficult conditions … but your camera still is essentially an expensive calculator that […]
Aperture is how wide of an opening the lens is allowing light to come through. It is controlled by a series of blades inside the lens opening or closing. Aperture is described in-camera as an f-stop number. It’s really annoying discussing aperture because a wider aperture is described with a smaller number, and vice verse. […]
This is the picture that changed everything I knew about photography. (No, I don’t think it’s a spectacular picture, though it is one of a few handful of pictures of myself that I can tolerate looking at.) What makes this picture special is that this was the moment when I finally realized how light works. […]
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